Holiday cottage in central Scotland, sleeping 4

View from The Bothy garden
The Bothy, from its garden Location map

The Bothy

Perth: 40 mins
Stirling: 35 mins
Edinburgh: 80 mins
Glasgow Airport: 60 mins
Sleeps 4

Tullichettle was built in the 1780's as a ministers house - a Manse - with a courtyard at the back and a row of outbuildings and a bothy. Once with horses on the ground floor and hay and grooms' quarters above, The Bothy is now converted into a charming holiday cottage for four.

It is just 2 miles from Comrie, a traditional and lively village where you will find a thriving and welcoming local community, an easy drive or walk to shops, pubs and places to eat.

Tullichettle lies in the rural Carse (flat land) of Comrie to the south of the River Earn and of the River Lednock and Glen Lednock. It is an excellent base for expeditions by car touring Perthshire and beyond. But in fact this area close by has some interesting and unusual historical attractions: The Earthquake House, one of the earliest seismological stations in Britain (1874), and the Deil's Cauldron waterfall, ancient burial mounds, hill forts, standing stones and stone circles. The Romans built an important fort at Comrie and there's even a standing stone on the Roman road at the entrance of the drive to The Bothy.

There are lovely walks in the wood just across the lawn, and in the immediate vicinity there are waymarked paths for longer treks. The Bothy has an enclosed garden (children and dogs are very welcome) and views across fields to the Aberuchill hills ( top of the page). It is quiet and peaceful - Tullichettle is Gaelic for 'place of peace'.

Camilla Jauncey lives in the main house, her home for over 35 years, and she offers a very friendly welcome to all who stay in The Bothy.


Living room Living room

Above left and right;
Two views of the Sitting Room which has a televison with VCR and DVD, and electric fire.

The bathroom is upstairs. Bath (with a shower attachment), basin and wc.

Below left and right;
Also upstairs are the two twin bedrooms.

There are electric night storage heaters and the beds have electric blankets.

Twin Bedroom Twin bedroom


Below left and right;
Two views of the fully equipped kitchen (electric oven, microwave, large fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, toaster and kettle).
The door (the front door of The Bothy) looks out onto the garden, birch trees and woodland

Kitchen Kitchen


The Bothy
Up to 4 people, per week, Saturday to Saturday £
April 395
May 400
June 420
July 480
August 500
September 475
October 430
November 395
December 340
Christmas, New Year 550
  • All linen, towels and bedding are included in the price.
  • Heating is by electric night storage heaters. Electricity is included in the price except October to June when the price includes the first £30 of usage. For amounts over £30 there will be a charge payable on departure.
  • Sorry, credit cards are not accepted.
  • Children welcome
  • Pets welcome by arrangement
  • Highchair and cot available
  • No smoking inside the house please.

To enquire or to book:

Standing stone

Ancient standing stone opposite the drive to The Bothy. The road is very old, possibly built by the Romans.

Please contact:
Lady Jauncey

Perthshire PH6 2HU
Scotland, UK.

Tel: 01764 670349
or from outside the UK:
Tel: 44 1764 670349

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Map of the area:

Map of the area

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